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31.07.2019
20:02 FT.com ScienceDeepMind creates algorithm to predict kidney damage in advance

AI company’s model can give 48 hours’ warning of potentially fatal complications

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20:02 Nanowerk.comConfirmation of toasty TESS planet leads to surprising find of promising world (w/video)

A piping hot planet discovered by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has pointed the way to additional worlds orbiting the same star, one of which is located in the star's habitable zone. If made of rock, this planet may be around twice Earth's size.

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19:50 Nanowerk.comActively swimming gold nanoparticles

Chemotactic movement on the macroscale by a swarm of bacteria-mimicking nanoswimmers.

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19:50 Nanowerk.comResearchers produce electricity by flowing water over nanolayers of metal

Oxide layer atop nanometal layer results in electron shuttle, not corrosion.

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19:50 Phys.orgActively swimming gold nanoparticles

Bacteria can actively move towards a nutrient source—a phenomenon known as chemotaxis—and they can move collectively in a process known as swarming. Chinese scientists have redesigned collective chemotaxis by creating artificial model nanoswimmers from chemically and biochemically modified gold nanoparticles. The model could help understand the dynamics of chemotactic motility in a bacterial swarm, concludes the study published in the journal Angewandte Chemie.

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19:38 Phys.orgQuantum computers to clarify the connection between the quantum and classical worlds

Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists have developed a new quantum computing algorithm that offers a clearer understanding of the quantum-to-classical transition, which could help model systems on the cusp of quantum and classical worlds, such as biological proteins, and also resolve questions about how quantum mechanics applies to large-scale objects.

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19:21 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsIndium as a High-Cooling-Power Nuclear Refrigerant for Quantum Nanoelectronics

Author(s): Nikolai Yurttagül, Matthew Sarsby, and Attila Geresdi Solid-state quantum electronics relies on efficient cooling of the electrons in nanoscale devices, which is typically done indirectly, via the insulating substrate of the chip. The weak electron-phonon coupling at low temperatures is, then, a roadblock on the route to ultralow temperatures. The authors demonstrate that on-chip nuclear demagnetization, using indium as the nuclear refrigerant, bypasses this bottleneck, owing to the high integration density and strong electron-nucleus coupling of In. The results showcase an enabling technology for physical discoveries and applications at ultralow electron temperatures, in or below the millikelvin regime.
[Phys. Rev. Applied 12, 011005] Published Wed Jul 31, 2019

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19:16 AzoNano.comNanotechnology Helps Repair Defective Brain Circuits in Mice

According to a new study, a protein pumped out of certain—but not all—populations of “helper” cells in the brain, known as astrocytes, play a definite role in controlling the...

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19:04 AzoRobotics.comAI Robots Trained to Make Decisions and Adjust Movement Trajectories in Real-Time

A team of researchers from the School of Engineering of Far Eastern Federal University, Institute of Marine Technology Issues, and Institute of Automation and Management Processes of the Far Eastern...

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18:43 Nanowerk.comMagnetic nanosprings break down marine microplastic pollution

Using tiny coil-shaped carbon-based magnets, researchers in have developed a new approach to purging water sources of the microplastics that pollute them without harming nearby microorganisms.

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18:31 Nanowerk.comChameleon-inspired structural color soft robot can interact with environment

Researchers have developed a novel structural color soft robot with both color-changing and locomotion capabilities.

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18:31 GizmagJoola launches versatile, app-controlled ping pong training robot


Ping pong is a two (or four) player game, but if you need to practice alone then a robot server can help. Though basic cheap models are available, more advanced features can come with a pretty high price tag. Joola says that its Infinity Smart Table Tennis Training Robot boasts advanced features for a fraction of the cost of high end robot trainers.
.. Continue Reading Joola launches versatile, app-controlled ping pong training robot Category: Games Tags: Apps Kickstarter Pong Robot Sport Training

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18:31 Phys.orgBiosynthesized fibers inspired strong and tough artificial nanocomposite fibers

High-performance biomass-based nanocomposites are emerging as promising materials for future structural and functional applications due to their environmentally friendly, renewable and sustainable characteristics. Bio-sourced nanocelluloses (a kind of nanofibers) obtained from plants and bacterial fermentation are the most abundant raw materials on earth. They have attracted tremendous attention recently due to their attractive inherent merits including biodegradability, low density, thermal stability, global availability from renewable resources, as well as impressive mechanical properties. These features make them appropriate building blocks for spinning the next generation of advanced macrofibers for practical applications.

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18:20 Nanowerk.comCentimeter-long snail robot is powered by light

Researchers used liquid crystal elastomer technology to demonstrate a bio-inspired microrobot capable of mimicking the adhesive locomotion of snails and slugs in natural scale. The 10-millimeter long soft robot harvests energy from a laser beam and can crawl on horizontal surfaces, climb vertical walls and an upside-down glass ceiling.

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18:09 Nanowerk.comNanobubbles hold clue to improved industrial structures

Insights into how minute, yet powerful, bubbles form and collapse on underwater surfaces could help make industrial structures such as ship propellers more hardwearing, research suggests.

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18:04 ScienceDaily.comWhat the brains of people with excellent general knowledge look like

The brains of people with excellent general knowledge are particularly efficiently wired. This was shown by neuroscientists using magnetic resonance imaging.

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17:17 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsEngineering the Floquet spectrum of superconducting multiterminal quantum dots

Author(s): Régis Mélin, Romain Danneau, Kang Yang, Jean-Guy Caputo, and Benoît Douçot The authors have applied Floquet theory to the dynamics of Andreev bound states in voltage-biased multiterminal superconducting quantum dots. They have established that the spectrum of the sharp Floquet resonances can be probed by noise in the microwave domain. This full analogy with photocurrent spectroscopy of Wannier-Stark ladders in semiconducting superlattices paves the way towards a new kind of a Floquet qubit in superconducting devices.
[Phys. Rev. B 100, 035450] Published Wed Jul 31, 2019

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17:09 BBC HealthThe 'dual stigma' of alcohol-related brain damage

The condition is poorly understood, under-diagnosed and too often unrecognised, a report says.

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16:48 Phys.orgA unique picture of migration patterns in South Africa can help urban planning

Economic disparities, inequality and unemployment, particularly among young people, remain pervasive in South Africa. Lack of access to services and inadequate living conditions also affect people's quality of life, health and well-being.

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16:48 ScienceMag.orgChina’s CRISPR push in animals promises better meat, novel therapies, and pig organs for people

Country tallies many firsts with genome-edited dogs, monkeys, and pigs

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16:37 TechInvestorNews.comStartups offer AI-powered sales technologies aimed at conferences and exhibitions (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsStartups offer AI-powered sales technologies aimed at conferences and exhibitions - Business shows and conferences are hugely important -- a $500 billion US market but are notoriously difficult to manage for sales contacts, leads, and follow-ups. SummitSync and Conversica have teamed up to service a neglected opportunity for automating time-consuming tasks. ...

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16:26 Nanowerk.comNew way to make 3D carbon nanotube components

Researchers used a 3D printer to make lightweight, strong, highly porous pure carbon nanotube structures using a 3D printer.

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16:25 AzoRobotics.comMeticulous Research Report: Global AI in Healthcare Market Expected to Reach $27.6 Billion by 2025

According to a new market research report “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Market by Product (Hardware, Software, Services), Technology (Machine Learning, Context-Aware Computing, NLP),...

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15:51 Technology.orgSFU students’ AI solution shields against video voyeurs

If you’re a homeowner, you might rely on a smart-home security system for peace of mind—but what if

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15:51 Phys.orgConservation biologists find new applications for AI tools

Automated cameras and other sensors deployed in the wild are transforming the way biologists monitor natural ecosystems and animal populations. These technologies can collect huge amounts of data, however, and conservation biologists are increasingly turning to the tools of artificial intelligence (AI) to sort through it all.

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15:29 Phys.orgImage: Siberian wildfires as seen from orbit

Hundreds of wildfires have broken out in Siberia, some of which can be seen in this image captured from space on 28 July 2019. Almost three million hectares of land are estimated to have been affected, according to Russia's Federal Forestry Agency.

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14:43 LiveScience.comPhotos: 'Millennium Falcon' Predator Hunted Seas Half a Billion Years Ago

About a half-billion years ago, a predator that looked just like the Millennium Falcon terrorized tiny prey.

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13:56 LiveScience.comMillions of Black Holes Are Hiding in Our Galaxy. Here's How Astronomers Plan to Find Them.

In a new paper, a pair of Japanese astronomers hatch a plan for finding dozens or hundreds of the black holes that are hiding out in the Milky Way.

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13:34 TechInvestorNews.comHow to Download your Google Slides Presentation as a Video File (Amit Agarwal/Digital Inspiration)

Amit Agarwal / Digital InspirationHow to Download your Google Slides Presentation as a Video File - With Creator Studio, you can easily convert your Google Slides presentations into a video file with audio and upload to YouTube. You can also export slides as animated GIF images. The post How to Download your Google Slides Presentation as a Video File appeared first on Digital Inspiration. With Microsoft ...

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13:00 AzoNano.comControlling Hexapod 6-DOF Alignment Robots via EtherCAT

Six-axis hexapod robots are becoming increasingly popular precision alignment and positioning solutions for manufacturing and quality assurance processes. PI (Physik Instrumente), a global leader in...

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12:03 Phys.orgFirst pictures of enzyme that drives new class of antibiotics

Understanding how antibiotic scaffolds are constructed in nature can help scientists prospect for new classes of antibiotics through DNA sequencing and genome mining. Researchers have used this knowledge to help solve the X-ray crystal structure of the enzyme that makes obafluorin—a broad spectrum antibiotic agent made by a fluorescent strain of soil bacteria. The new work from Washington University in St. Louis and the University at Buffalo is published July 31 in the journal Nature Communications.

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10:38 Phys.orgRare photo captures sea lion falling into mouth of whale

In a stunning photo, a wildlife photographer has captured a sea lion falling into the mouth of a humpback whale in what he calls a "once-in-a-lifetime" moment.

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10:25 News-Medical.NetJohns Hopkins researchers use nanotechnology to repair faulty brain circuits

Working with mouse and human tissue, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers report new evidence that a protein pumped out of some — but not all — populations of “helper” cells in the brain, called astrocytes, plays a specific role in directing the formation of connections among neurons needed for learning and forming new memories.

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09:54 Technology.orgWatch this Amazing Video of Hayabusa 2 Picking Up a Sample from the Surface of Ryugu

A new video shows Japan’s Hayabusa 2 sample return spacecraft collecting samples from asteroid Ryugu. The spacecraft has

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09:43 Technology.orgQuad Video of the Falcon Re-Entry. Two Sonic Booms!

Elon Musk has posted a four-panel video of the Falcon re-entry on his Twitter feed and it’s driving

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08:19 News-Medical.NetStudy reports combination therapy using two nanoparticles to treat massive hemorrhage

Massive hemorrhage, or excessive bleeding, is a potentially preventable yet a major cause of death in trauma patients.

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06:37 GizmagFacebook-backed brain research decodes thoughts as words instantly for the first time


Machines that can connect to our brains and interpret its electrical signals hold all kinds of potential in all kinds of areas. A perfect demonstration of this is a research partnership between scientists at the University of California San Francisco, who want to help disabled patients speak again, and Facebook, which is pursuing technologies that would allow the general population to type words with their mind. This collaboration has now produced an exciting breakthrough, demonstrating technology that for the first time, decodes brainwaves as words and phrases in real time.
.. Continue Reading Facebook-backed brain research decodes thoughts as words instantly for the first time Category: Computers Tags: Brain Computer Interface Brain Machine Interface Facebook University of California San Francisco

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05:52 News-Medical.NetImmersive virtual reality to help people with minor personal problems

People are often much better at giving useful advice to a friend in trouble than they are in dealing with their own problems.

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05:45 Yahoo.com BusinessThese 4 Measures Indicate That Nanosonics (ASX:NAN) Is Using Debt Safely

Howard Marks put it nicely when he said that, rather than worrying about share price volatility, 'The possibility of...

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03:34 Yahoo.com BusinessNanometrics (NANO) Q2 Earnings Meet Estimates

Nanometrics (NANO) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 0.00% and 3.12%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

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02:00 ScienceDaily.comVirtual reality to solve minor personal problems

A new study shows that conversation with oneself embodied as Dr. Sigmund Freud works better to improve people's mood, compared to just talking about your problems in a virtual conversation with pre-scripted comments. Researchers claimed that the method could be used by clinicians to help people dealing with minor personal problems.

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30.07.2019
23:41 TechInvestorNews.comWhy genuine human intelligence is key for the development of AI (Gary Smith/Fast Company)

Gary Smith / Fast CompanyWhy genuine human intelligence is key for the development of AI - Amid stunning developments in artificial intelligence, its important for data scientists to rely on their own critical thinking and not just turn everything over to the machines. The developments have been fast and furious in recent months. Microsoft announced that it will invest $1 billion in a partnership with research ...

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19:47 CNBC technologyFacebook is still working on its brain-reading computer

In early tests, Facebook was able to use a brain-computer interface to decode speech directly from the human brain onto a screen.

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19:36 TechInvestorNews.comScientists in Japan claim laser-based quantum internet breakthrough (Graeme.Burton@incisivemedia.com(Graeme Burton)/Computing.co.uk Latest updates)

Graeme.Burton@incisivemedia.com(Graeme Burton) / Computing.co.uk Latest updatesScientists in Japan claim laser-based quantum internet breakthrough - Quantum internet technology would make 100 per cent secure internet communications possible ...

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19:36 TechInvestorNews.comFacebook Says its New AI Training Recipe Upgrades Google’s Natural Language Processing System (Ed Targett/Computer Business Review)

Ed Targett / Computer Business ReviewFacebook Says its New AI Training Recipe Upgrades Google’s Natural Language Processing System - Approach leads to better downstream task performance The post Facebook Says its New AI Training Recipe Upgrades Googles Natural Language Processing System appeared first on Computer Business Review. Facebook has created and published a new AI training recipe dubbed RoBERTa a tool that has shot to the top of ...

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18:39 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Web Designer 6.0 introduces interactive video support, improves coding view (Nick Peers/Betanews)

Nick Peers / BetanewsGoogle Web Designer 6.0 introduces interactive video support, improves coding view - Google has released Google Web Designer 6.0, a major new version of its HTML-5 contenting-producing tool for Windows, Mac and Linux. Its WYSIWYG user interface and other user-friendly tools like syntax highlighting and code autocompletion make it popular among advertisers. Version 6.0 introduces improvements to its Code view and Events ...

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18:34 ScienceDaily.comFaulty brain circuits repaired using nanotechnology

Working with mouse and human tissue, researchers report new evidence that a protein pumped out of some -- but not all -- populations of 'helper' cells in the brain, called astrocytes, plays a specific role in directing the formation of connections among neurons needed for learning and forming new memories.

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18:22 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions99% beta factor and directional coupling of quantum dots to fast light in photonic crystal waveguides determined by spectral imaging

Author(s): L. Scarpelli, B. Lang, F. Masia, D. M. Beggs, E. A. Muljarov, A. B. Young, R. Oulton, M. Kamp, S. Höfling, C. Schneider, and W. Langbein Semiconductor quantum dots in photonic crystal waveguides are building blocks for quantum technology. Placing the dots at locations where the waveguide modes have circular polarization enables light emission in only one direction with a high probability of coupling to the mode, the beta factor. The authors use spectral imaging to determine the beta factor and the directionality, doing away with assumptions on emission rates into nonguided modes. In the fast-light regime, they find coupling, close to unity, and determine the quantum-dot position inside the waveguide.
[Phys. Rev. B 100, 035311] Published Tue Jul 30, 2019

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18:16 Nanowerk.comJellyfish-based nanofiber/nanoparticle wound dressing

Researchers demonstrate the ease of use of jellyfish biomass as a biodegradable and biocompatible raw material for producing antibacterial mats. They report the successful electrospun-based preparation of novel composite biocompatible nanofibers based on jellyfish biomass. The antibacterial properties of the resulting nanofiber mats were enhanced by incorporating silver nanoparticles within applying an in situ bio-template synthesis that the team developed. This work suggests exploiting the jellyfish as an accessible, cheap and valuable renewable material that can be used in various applications, such as cosmetics, wound dressings, artificial skin, and bioplastics.

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18:05 TechnologyReview.comFacebook is funding brain experiments to create a device that reads your mind

Big tech firms are trying to read people’s thoughts, and no one’s ready for the consequences.

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18:05 AzoRobotics.comNew AI-Powered Tool Could Revolutionize Diagnosis and Treatment of Various Diseases

A research team at Helmholtz Zentrum München has created a novel tool that could revolutionize the way disease and disease treatments are studied on a cellular level. The researchers,...

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17:54 AzoNano.comUnique “Janus” Interface is a Standard Mechanism in the Growth of Carbon Nanotubes

A circle can be said to be less stable than a jagged loop, but this would be true apparently when one is referring to carbon nanotubes. Now, theoretical researchers at Rice University have found...

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17:54 AzoNano.comResearchers Tune Nanowire Properties with Peptide “Decorations”

In the most recent paper from the Geobacter Lab headed by Derek Lovley, a microbiologist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, he and his teammates have reported “a major advance” in...

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17:43 InsideEVs.comTesla Model S Vs Custom Turbo 1967 Volvo: Video

The fastest car in the UK takes on an artificially intelligent futuristic "robot" car.

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17:18 LiveScience.comSpaceX Rocket Breaks Sound Barrier Twice and Nails Landing in This Amazing Video

We see the landing from four different angles.

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16:55 Nanowerk.comNew Whitepaper: Controlling Hexapod 6-DOF Alignment Robots via EtherCAT

A new whitepaper from PI details how easy it is for users to integrate PI Hexapods into industrial precision automation systems based on the EtherCAT communication standard.

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16:55 Phys.orgBone tissue engineering—nano-glue polymer membranes for robust bone regeneration

In a new study now published on NPG Asia Materials, bioengineers report the development of a new fibrous membrane with stem cells to repair bone defects in the skulls of mice. For this, they incorporated mussel-inspired polydopamine protein as a promising compound to tether biological substances to the membrane surfaces, much like adhesive proteins in mussels. In the work, Yi Deng and a research team in the interdisciplinary departments of chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, materials technology, center for future materials and regenerative medicine in China and Australia, coated the biocompatible membranes with polydopamine nanoparticles to form many topological sites for calcium attachment and bone defect repair.

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16:44 Power EngineeringDOE injects $14 million into nuclear fusion research

A major goal of the research is to develop methods of sustaining steady-state or continuous operation of fusion reactors, an essential step toward eventually making nuclear fusion a practical energy source. 

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16:43 Nanowerk.comResearchers develop novel process for structuring quantum materials

To build high-performance quantum computers, for example, topological insulators have to be combined with superconductors. This fabrication step is associated with a number of challenges that have now been solved by researchers.

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16:43 Nanowerk.comResearchers repair faulty brain circuits using nanotechnology

Possible new drug targets for dementia and intellectual disability.

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16:31 Nanowerk.comNew nanoparticle combination therapy shows effective resuscitation for massive hemorrhage

Scientists successfully resuscitated rabbits with coagulopathy from severe hemorrhagic shock using hemostatic nanoparticles and oxygen-carrying nanoparticles, which respectively stopped bleeding and delivered oxygen to the systemic tissues and organs. There are no effective therapies for such massive hemorrhage so far, thereby the combination therapy using two kinds of functional nanoparticles maybe desirable in future emergency trauma care.

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16:08 Phys.orgNon-contact photogrammetric system to capture digital image of Ignatievka Cave

Scientists of South Ural State University have engineered a unique photogrammetric system for high-precision, noncontact measurements of 3-D coordinates, which can create 3-D models of ancient cultural monuments. The researchers plan to use this system in archaeological studies of Ignatievka Cave, located in the southern Ural Mountains, where cave drawings were found in 1980.

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16:08 Phys.orgResearchers develop novel process for structuring quantum materials

Implementing quantum materials in computer chips provides access to fundamentally new technologies. To build high-performance quantum computers, for example, topological insulators have to be combined with superconductors. This fabrication step is associated with a number of challenges that have now been solved by researchers from Jülich. Their results are presented in the current issue of the journal Nature Nanotechnology.

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15:45 Technology.orgNeuroscientists identify brain region linked to altered social interactions in autism model

Although psychiatric disorders can be linked to particular genes, the brain regions and mechanisms underlying particular disorders are

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14:59 CNBC top news'Hot' economy could benefit more from a rate hike than a cut, Nobel laureate Robert Shiller suggests

Yale University economics professor Robert Shiller sees justification for a quarter-point interest rate hike.

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14:02 Technology.orgVoice AI Hardware Challenge

Thousands of years ago, speech opened up communication between humans. Now, it has the power to control hardware.

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11:26 FinancialExpress.comBecoming micro, small enterprise from nano: Govt to help lakhs of women to boost entrepreneurship

Under its Aajeevika-National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM), the government plans to formalise select SHG groups so that they can avail higher loans.

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10:23 Technology.orgImaging of exotic quantum particles as building blocks for quantum computing

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago, in collaboration with their colleagues at the University of Hamburg

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10:23 Technology.orgOddball edge wins nanotube faceoff

When is a circle less stable than a jagged loop? Apparently when you’re talking about carbon nanotubes. Rice

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09:46 NYT ScienceToby Walsh, A.I. Expert, Is Racing to Stop the Killer Robots

Autonomous weapons, capable of acting without human oversight, are closer than we think, Dr. Walsh believes, and must be banned.

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09:46 NYT TechnologyToby Walsh, A.I. Expert, Is Racing to Stop the Killer Robots

Autonomous weapons, capable of acting without human oversight, are closer than we think, Dr. Walsh believes, and must be banned.

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09:24 Technology.orgSmall but mighty: A mini plasma-powered satellite under construction may launch a new era in space exploration

A tiny satellite under construction at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) could open new

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08:37 TechInvestorNews.comOpenAI Working With Microsoft To Build AI That Will Change The World (Rich Ord/Top News - WebProNews)

Rich Ord / Top News - WebProNewsOpenAI Working With Microsoft To Build AI That Will Change The World - Were working together with Microsoft to build next-generation supercomputers, says OpenAI co-founder Greg Brockman. The real goal of OpenAI and what were trying to accomplish is to build what we call artificial general intelligence. We think whoever builds artificial general intelligence will be the number one most valuable company in ...

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06:31 TechInvestorNews.comAI IN BANKING: Artificial intelligence could be a near $450 billion opportunity for banks — here are (Eleni Digalaki/Business Insider: Finance)

Eleni Digalaki / Business Insider: FinanceAI IN BANKING: Artificial intelligence could be a near $450 billion opportunity for banks — here are - Discussions, articles, and reports about the AI opportunity across the financial services industry continue to proliferate amid considerable hype around the technology, and for good reason: The aggregate potential cost savings for banks from AI applications is estimated at $447 billion by 2023, with the front and middle office accounting ...

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02:13 ScienceDaily.comImpaired brain activity in rats with family history of alcohol abuse

Neural activity that reflects the intention to drink alcohol is observed in the prefrontal cortex and is blunted in rats with a family history of excessive drinking, according to new research. This insight could lead to novel treatments for alcohol use disorders.

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01:50 ScienceDaily.comMechanical forces control cell fate during brain formation

The study shows that during the embryonic development of the brain, the cells that are between adjacent segments detect the mechanical forces generated during morphogenesis to regulate the balance between progenitor stem cells and differentiated neurons.

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00:37 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon takes 22% off price of the Neato Botvac D7 smart robot vacuum (Erica Katherina/Digital Trends)

Erica Katherina / Digital TrendsAmazon takes 22% off price of the Neato Botvac D7 smart robot vacuum - Keeping up with household chores can be tough especially for busy people. Luckily, there are robotic vacuums to help in these situations. An excellent option is the Neato Botvac D7 Smart Robot Vacuum, now only $648 on Amazon. ...

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00:27 InsideEVs.comAtlis XT Electric Pickup Truck Exposed In New Video

We get some of the best views yet at this future electric pickup truck.

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00:04 InsideEVs.comVideo Tweet Shows How Tesla’s Master Plan Was Mission Accomplished

In video! And we still have Master Plan 2 in the works.

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00:04 InsideEVs.comAudi e-tron Electric SUV: The Ultimate Overview Video

Audi e-tron is one of the best all-electric cars on the market - here is the ultimate product overview by Audi.

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29.07.2019
23:46 ScienceDaily.comTravelling towards a quantum internet at light speed

Researchers demonstrated a new method for transmitting quantum information over long distances by using circularly polarized light to flip the spin state of an electron on a quantum dot. This work may show the way towards a completely secure 'quantum internet.'

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23:40 TechInvestorNews.comApple is hiring a lot more for Design, AI roles (Om Malik/Om Malik)

Om Malik / Om MalikApple is hiring a lot more for Design, AI roles - The company doubled job postings for its design division, likely in anticipation that Jony Ive the man behind the iPhone, and so much more would leave Apple. Apple job postings rose an impressive 22% in the most recent quarter but the company seemed to have a fewer ...

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23:40 ExtremeTech.comET Deals: Vizio 55-Inch Quantum 4K TV $548, Lenovo Core i5 Laptop $369, WD 512GB Portable SSD $78

What could be better than a 55-inch 4K TV with quantum color for $548? How about an Intel Core i5 laptop for under $400 or a 512GB portable SSD for just $78.
The post ET Deals: Vizio 55-Inch Quantum 4K TV $548, Lenovo Core i5 Laptop $369, WD 512GB Portable SSD $78 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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22:30 Reuters.com HealthMost traumatic brain injuries in U.S. kids linked to consumer products

(Reuters Health) - The majority of the more than four million traumatic brain injuries in kids treated in U.S. emergency rooms involved consumer products, a new study suggests.

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22:24 ScienceDaily.comHow picture books introduce kids to politics

Researchers have analyzed political messages in some of the most popular picture books of the last several years to see how political topics are introduced to children.

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22:24 ScienceDaily.comSmart brain stimulators: Next-gen Parkinson's disease therapy

Researchers have found neuro biomarkers for Parkinson's disease that can help create the next generation of 'smart' deep brain stimulators, able to respond to specific needs of Parkinson's disease patients.

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22:24 ScienceDaily.comImaging of exotic quantum particles as building blocks for quantum computing

Researchers have imaged an exotic quantum particle -- called a Majorana fermion -- that can be used as a building block for future qubits and eventually the realization of quantum computers.

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22:24 ScienceDaily.comExpanding functions of conducting microbial nanowires for chemical, biological sensors

Microbiologists report 'a major advance' in the quest to develop electrically conductive protein nanowires in the bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens for use as chemical and biological sensors.

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22:24 ScienceDaily.comRecovering color images from scattered light

Engineers have developed a method for extracting a color image from a single exposure of light scattered through a mostly opaque material. The technique has applications in a wide range of fields from healthcare to astronomy.

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22:13 ScienceDaily.comBrain region linked to altered social interactions in autism model

Neuroscientists have identified a brain region linked to altered social interactions in an autism model. Restoring activity of a specific forebrain region in a mouse model also reversed social traits associated with autism.

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22:13 ScienceDaily.comOddball edge wins nanotube faceoff

A two-faced interface between growing carbon nanotubes and solid catalysts turns out to be more common than once believed, according to a new theory. Understanding of the mechanism could help scientists working to develop homogenous nanotube growth for applications.

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21:55 Phys.orgRecovering color images from scattered light

Engineers at Duke University have developed a method for extracting a color image from a single exposure of light scattered through a mostly opaque material. The technique has applications in a wide range of fields from healthcare to astronomy.

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21:55 Phys.orgImaging of exotic quantum particles as building blocks for quantum computing

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago, in collaboration with their colleagues at the University of Hamburg in Germany, have imaged an exotic quantum particle—called a Majorana fermion—that can be used as a building block for future qubits and eventually the realization of quantum computers. Their findings are reported in the journal Science Advances.

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21:27 ScienceDaily.comSun's solar wind and plasma 'burps' created on Earth

A new study by physicists mimicked solar winds in the lab, confirming how they develop and providing an Earth-bound model for the future study of solar physics.

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21:21 Nanowerk.comExpanding functions of conducting microbial nanowires for chemical, biological sensors

Scientists report 'a major advance' in the quest to develop electrically conductive protein nanowires in the bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens for use as chemical and biological sensors.

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21:21 ScienceNewsDaily.orgTesla will deliver in-car YouTube and Netflix video streaming ‘soon’

Tesla is getting ready to deliver the in-car video streaming services that CEO Elon Musk suggested would eventually come to the automaker’s cars ‘soon.’ Musk shared this (somewhat ...

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21:21 GizmagFor better senior brain function, tart cherry juice may be the way to go


According to a new study, seniors wishing to boost their cognitive performance would likely do well to drink plenty of Montmorency tart cherry juice. Improvements observed in test subjects who drank the juice may be due to "bioactive compounds" that occur naturally in the cherries.
.. Continue Reading For better senior brain function, tart cherry juice may be the way to go Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Aging Brain Seniors University of Delaware

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21:10 Nanowerk.comOddball edge wins nanotube faceoff

Theory shows peculiar ?Janus? interface a common mechanism in carbon nanotube growth.

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21:10 Phys.orgResearchers tune nanowire properties with peptide 'decorations'

In the latest paper from the Geobacter Lab led by microbiologist Derek Lovley at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, he and colleagues report "a major advance" in the quest to develop electrically conductive protein nanowires in the bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens for use as chemical and biological sensors. Details appear in the current issue of the American Chemical Society journal, ACS Synthetic Biology.

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20:59 Phys.orgNe theory shows peculiar 'Janus' interface a common mechanism in carbon nanotube growth

When is a circle less stable than a jagged loop? Apparently when you're talking about carbon nanotubes.

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